Friday, January 25, 2013

washiNG MaChiNE

I strongly believe that washing machine is the single best invention of the century. If not, your mother will need to go to the river side and use the wood log and "pok" and "pok" the clothes on the big rocks...exactly like what you see in the old chinese legend movies such as the legend of condor heroes, yee tin tung loong kee or even wong fei hung. Soon mothers got tired with this method, and invented another method known as the washing plank. The plank's surface is like mini stairs. You put the clothes on top of this plank, and you brush on top of it. Incredible invention, but still you will need an hour or two at least to do this job. By the way, if someone calls a girl a washing plank, i think it has the equivalent meaning of being 'fei kei cheong' - a.k.a. flat chest. No wonder i haven't seen any kwailou using this...or am i wrong?

Then come the great invention, the great washing machine! Running on electricity, it nearly automates all the jobs...just dump it in and put in the 'ingredients', and it will spin and spin, spin and spin, spin and spin, and voila! COMPLETE!

You know, in this world, there are many kind of races. People race to finish 100m in less than 9 secs, people race in marathon, people race in bicycles, motorbikes, car, F1, lorry, swimming and in other sports. At work, people race to be the smartest, race to earn the most money, race to be the CEO, race to be the fastest to get married and have kids, race to be the fastest to be elected as president, race to be the miss malaysia, miss universe, mr universe, race to buy movie ticket, race to buy concert tickets of jacky cheung, michael jackson, leon lai, andy lau, race to queue for iphone, after queue, race to buy the iphone, also race to buy condos, terrace house, bungalows, 2nd house, 3rd house, race to go buy air asia tickets to travel, race to get to the first door in the LRT, race this...race that...race race race!!!!! RACE!!!!

And after all these race, when back my place here, i still have one more race. That is to RACE TO USE THE WASHING MACHINE with my housemates. Apparently all of us have so many clothes to wash. Coupled with the raining seasons which means we have to race to use the clothes drying rack too. Whoever LOSES in the washing machine race, HOHOHO! He/she will risk being unable to have a dry underwear tomorrow loh...mun nei sei mei?!!!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

problem or opportunity?

Have you ever heard how you talked? I realized something today while bullshitting with my colleagues.
I always see the problem in any situation. Any given situation, i will first think of the hurdles, not the possibilities. I believe this way of thinking is not the way it should be. In fact, a problem is an OPPORTUNITY. Only through this way, and i believe is the only way, to make us achieve our wildest dreams.

So the conclusion: see every problem as an OPPORTUNITY. IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT IS THE OUTCOME.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

everybody is selling the fish...

lately i have come to realise the fact that human being by nature is selfish. the only difference between each of them is the level of selfishness they are in...

selfish < selfishER < selfishEST < sell ALL THE FISH.

here are the examples:

1. we always say we wanna protect the earth, but once you have a choice between $$$ or preserving the forest, you'll close one eye and chop off all the trees...and saying to yourself, well, i am only chopping a few trees, see the guy next door, he is chopping the whole foresT! so that makes me NOT GUILTY! so what the fuck!

2. a big team of developer, engineers and architects i work with right now, took all the efforts to get the certification of LEEDS (simply means a paper saying you are GREEN, and you now can use this to con other stupid ass), but put a blind eye to the trees that they chopped and cleared off during the earthworks stage. Again, they thought, what the fuck, i don't wanna delay the project by creating issues, as long as i got paid on time by my client.

3. those LYNAS plant. They wanna use iphone3,4,4s, samsung galaxy s1,s2,s3, and toyota prius, prius c, and hybrids, fully aware that these are the things that use all the rare earths, and yet they condemn those fuckers who built the plants. the plant builder is the fucker, we as the user, is slightly less of one, but STILL...a FUCKER.

4. LRT routes. they wanna lrt service, but when a lrt station or rail is built right behind their house they complain like lanjiao. everybody wants the sweetener, nobody wants to eat the "fu kua". that is how nature it is.

5. Last but not least, i hate those people who say: "when it comes to money i am merciless!". to these ppl, i say "there is still a limit of how many notes you can stuck inside your coffin!"
Yes, i am referring to you!!!! You fucker!~~~yes! YOU!!! SK DING! YOU LanJIAO!~~~

p/s: i am also a fucker, lanjiao, and all those described above...i am striving to be the least damaging one...well at least i try.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Finally, I knew the story of ALiCe in WonderLand!

Heard a lot of Alice in Wonderland, tumbling down the rabbit hole. But never really knew what the fuck is all that until yesterday. No, I won't be silly enough to read the book. But the summarized version in the movie format, I am all for it. Actually, i didn't think it will be this good. It is actually a fantasy film, but with a heavy dash of comedy nature in it, and it does convey strong message...

It teaches you this:

1. Always believe the impossible, and do it. People will laugh at you, say that you're bonkers, but worry not, for all the great men are once bonkers too.

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The Mad Hatter: Have I gone mad?
[Alice checks Hatter's temperature]
Alice Kingsley: I'm afraid so. You're entirely bonkers. But I'll tell you a secret. All the best people are.
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Lord Ascot: Charles, you have lost your senses? This picture is impossible.
Charles Kingsleigh: Precisely. Gentlemen, the only way to achieve the impossible, is to believe it's possible.
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2. Don't always accept what is served upon you just to please the masses. If you don't like it, say NO and do what you really want.

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Alice Kingsley: Who's to say what is "proper"? What if it was agreed that "proper" was wearing a codfish on your head? Would you wear it?
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Alice Kingsley: From the moment I fell down that rabbit hole I've been told where I must go and who I must be. I've been shrunk, stretched, scratched, and stuffed into a teapot. I've been accused of being Alice and of not being Alice but this is *my* dream. *I'll* decide where it goes from here.
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3. Enjoy yourselves when the time has come...

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The Mad Hatter: When that day comes I shall futterwacken... vigorously.
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